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Team USA will need a big afternoon if they want to stay in the competition. Captain Furyk has decided to sit Phil Mickelson for the entire day. We will have to see how that plays out if things go bad in the afternoon. Europe USA Advantage Rose/Stenson Match 13 Johnson/KoepkaRead More →

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Team USA will be looking to respond to getting swept in the afternoon foursomes from the day before. Captain Furyk will send out the same eight he sent in the first session. When asked if Woods/Reed’s loss gave the Europeans momentum into the afternoon session, Furyk said “I didn’t look atRead More →

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Team USA got off to a fast start but Team Europe grabbed a wee bit of momentum in the late matches. Both teams have announced their pairings in the Friday Afternoon Foursomes. Europe USA Advantage Rose/Stenson Match 5 Johnson/Fowler Halve McIlroy/Poulter Match 6 Watson/Simpson Team Europe Garcia/Noren Match 7 Mickelson/DeChambeauRead More →

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Team USA and Team Europe are less than 24 hours away from the first shot of the Ryder Cup. Both teams have announced their pairings in the Friday morning Fourballs. Europe USA Advantage Rose/Rahm Match 1 Finau/Koepka Team Europe McIlroy/Olesen Match 2 D Johnson/Fowler Team USA Casey/Hatton Match 3 Thomas/SpiethRead More →

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The Ryder Cup will be three days of naturally created drama. There’s no need to invent storylines because the golf itself will do that for you. So here are the things I don’t want to see. Mickelson and Woods Paired We might not have to worry about this one becauseRead More →

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods’ victory is a perfect lead into this week’s Ryder Cup. Woods’ five year journey hasn’t been an easy one for him. There’s been injuries, surgeries, and a battle with prescription drugs. All of it led to an emotional Woods walking up 18 to seal his first victory in 1,876Read More →

Brooks Koepka with the Wanamaker Trophy

I’ve always said the two biggest factors in what we do and how we perceive things are time and circumstance. And there couldn’t have been a more perfect example of that than this weekend’s PGA Championship. What has traditionally been the last major will be moving to May next season.Read More →

Phil Mickelson

Golf is the greatest game in the world. Yeah… I said it… greatest game in the world. The game has stood the test of time because the one thing it still holds on to is its ideals. Whether it’s 100 years ago or today, integrity is the St. Peter ofRead More →

Tiger Woods

Once again, Tiger Woods worked his way into contention only to falter down the stretch but his competitors think it’s a matter a time before he wins again. “I mean, he’ll win sometime soon enough,” said Jordan Spieth, who played the final round alongside Woods. “His game, if I compareRead More →

Patrick Reed

Patrick Reed didn’t have the Green Jacket for more than five minutes before Twitter went on attack. Everything Reed had ever done was posted so you would know he’s no Jordan Spieth. Everyone hated him at the University of Georgia. Everyone hated him at Augusta State but they put upRead More →